||les Ortega Y Gasset
||Wednesday, May 13, 1992
General Info: Ranked among the top 60 players in Spain ... Comes from a family of accomplished tennis players ... Settled into the lower half of Tech's lineup in the spring of his freshman year, playing mostly at No. 5 and 6 positions.
Competed in 11 matches including 6 singles contests ... Reached the round of 16 at the Southern Intercollegiate Championships before falling to Jonas Lutjen of Ole Miss ... Recorded four victories including two doubles wins with Juan Spir as his partner.
2011-12: Was in the lineup for all of Tech's matches in the spring, most of them at No. 5, where he was 4-7 ... Went 3-3 at No. 6 before moving up ... Posted a 14-17 singles record, 8-10 in the spring and 3-5 against ACC foes ... Played doubles with Dusan Miljevic, going 9-8 at No. 3 ... Advanced to the round of 16 before falling to Armstrong Atlantic State's Matus Mydla in the Georgia Tech Fall Invitational ... Named to the ACC Academic Honor Roll.
In Spain: Accumulated 121 wins against players in his national classification ... Captured championships in several tournaments, including the Silver Cup Junior Tournament and Junior Team Championship in his native Madrid ... Competed in 17 ITF futures events over the last two years (2010, 2011) ... Reached the semi-finals of the Madrid Under 18 Championship in singles two consecutive years, and also to the finals in doubles.
Personal: Full name is Eduardo Segura Mandarino ... Born May 13, 1992 in Madrid ... Son of Manuel Segura and Cristina Mandarino ... Has a younger sister, Sandra ... Grandparents were professional tennis players in the 1960s ... Grandfather played in the Davis Cup for Brazil, and his grandmother won national championships in Spain 27 times ... Enjoys playing soccer and other sports ... Began playing tennis at age 4 ... Will major in Management.